Back in 2000Posted by Franck Delattre - December 20th, 2012
In 12 years, 62 versions of CPU-Z were released, around one every two months (with some irregularities, I admit). That's the opportunity to see how the program evolved, and what's better for that to see what CPU-Z looked like at the beginning of its career. That screenshot shows CPU-Z 1.03, released in august 2000.
That version ran on Windows 95, 98, NT and 2000, and supported the latest Pentium 3 Coppermine, as well as the first Athlon processors.
I wonder what CPU-Z will look like in 12 years from now.